An attractive Hamstone constructed home, built in 2000 within the desirable village of Stoke-Sub-Hamdon
Entrance hall including downstairs WC, kitchen, open-plan living/dining, conservatory, three double bedrooms and a family bathroom
Benefiting from gas central heating, newly fitted uPVC double glazed windows in 2022, enclosed garden to the rear and off road tandem parking
Garage conversion now providing extended living space to the main reception, with a retained integral storage space
Well presented with an opportunity to add that 'personal touch'
An ideal home within close proximity to Ham Hill local nature reserve and country park, perfect for keen walkers, dog owners and families to enjoy a variety of treks with stunning far reaching views
An attractive semi-detached home built in 2000 and constructed of local quarried Hamstone, conveniently situated in the heart of Stoke-Sub-Hamdon. Offering three double bedrooms and extended accommodation via a part garage conversion, this property also benefits from allocated parking for two and the addition of a conservatory enjoying the view of the garden.
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The village of Stoke-Sub-Hamdon is situated in the heart of South Somerset, 5 miles west of Yeovil and lies below the ancient Iron Age hillfort of Ham Hill. The village which includes East Stoke, is well known for it's honey coloured stone, quarried from Ham Hill itself. With a population of approximately 2500, there is a wide variety of organisations, businesses, schools, public venues, public houses and allotments. The area is popular with locals and visitors from around for it's many glorious walks and breathtaking views.
Approximately 20 minutes from Somerton take B3151 to A372 junction and turn right. At Podimore roundabout take the 4th exit onto A303 and at Cartgate roundabout take the 2nd exit, continuing on A303. After the petrol station take the exit Stoke Sub-Hamdon/Martock. Turn right onto North Street and follow the road turning right into Great Field Lane. Take the 2nd turning right into Beck Field and the property will soon appear on your right hand side, indicated by our for sale board.
Leading from the front elevation, the front door leads into a spacious entrance hall with a convenient WC, stairs rising to the first floor accommodation and doors leading off to the remaining ground floor living space. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall, base and drawer units with worktops over, inset one and a half bowl sink unit with drainer and built in fridge/freezer, gas hob with extractor hood and electric oven. There is space for a washing machine and further under counter appliance or additional storage space and has an outlook to the front. The living room is bright and spacious featuring a Hamstone fireplace with gas point and patio doors to the rear. A further window now overlooking the conservatory provides additional borrowed light to this room. Leading into the dining area which has been extended by reducing the garage. There is access to the remaining garage space which is still ideal for storage. A wall mounted storage cupboard houses the gas boiler in the corner and there are patio doors connecting the lean-to conservatory which is constructed of dwarf walls and glazed sides with a door onto the back patio.
The first floor landing is bright and airy with a mid-way window providing light to both floors. The loft hatch gives access to the roof space and there is an airing cupboard for linen storage and houses the hot water immersion tank. The main bedroom stretches the width of the property and features a dual aspect to the front and rear. The two remaining bedrooms are both doubles and are equipped with built in wardrobes. The bathroom is fully tiled and fitted with a white suite comprising panel bath with shower head attachment, pedestal wash basin and WC.
The front of the property is low maintenance with a step up to the front entrance door and porch canopy over. You can also get access to the garage space via the original up and over door. The rear garden is fully enclosed with a combination of wall and fence boundaries and is sectioned by a mixture of patio, decking and laid to lawn areas, with access to the conservatory and living room. To the right hand side of the property is an open paved area with allocated parking for a number of properties on the development including two tandem parking spaces for no 18.